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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by ntgerald, Jun 29, 2009.
I'm still offering to be your farm caretaker for room and board, Nelson. Think it over and
let me know. I'd love living with so many beautiful flowers growing outside.
I have a question about the D. ceraula, is there much variation in the color? And, of course, thank you for the visit.
Yeah, a trip to the farm!
Always a treat!
Thank you, ladies.
The color variation that I have seen range from almost pure white like the plant in the photo above, to bluish almost half the intensity of the blue that you see in Dendrobium victoria-reginae.